Student Loan Information
- Last Updated: 07 December 2016
To apply for a student loan you MUST:
- Complete the FAFSA.
- Submit all required documents including a Loan Request Form to Financial Aid
- Be enrolled and attending at least 6 credit hours
- Complete Loan Entrance Counseling at StudentLoans.gov
- Sign your Loan Master Promissory Note (MPN) at StudentLoans.gov
- Print your student loan history at www.nslds.ed.gov and attach a printed copy of the MyStudentData chart to your Loan Request form.
- Once awarded, accept your loans in Self Service.
After students have received their loans they MUST:
- Complete Loan Exit Counseling at StudentLoans.gov.
Parent PLUS loans:
Parents interested in applying for a Parent PLUS loan may go to StudentLoans.gov to apply.
- Click "Sign In"
- Enter your information to sign in
- Request PLUS Loan
- Select Parent PLUS
- Follow the instructions on the screen
Please allow 5-7 business days for CCC to get the results of your credit check and award the loan.
6 Things You Must Know About Repaying Your Student Loan
Frequently asked questions about loans:
- We get a lot of questions on loans so we created a Frequently Asked Questions page.
Important information about loan changes:
- Subsidized loan limit changes effective July 1, 2013
- Additional information about the Subsidized loan limit
You’re not alone when it comes to student loans. Coconnino Community College has partnered with Inceptia, a division of National Student Loan Program (NSLP), to provide you with FREE assistance on your Federal student loan obligations to ensure successful, and comfortable, loan repayment. Inceptia’s friendly customer representatives may reach out to you during your grace period to answer questions you have about your loan obligation and/or repayment options. They may also contact you if your loan(s) become delinquent. Inceptia is not a collection agency. We’ve partnered with them to help you explore a wide variety of possibilities such as alternative repayment plans, deferment, consolidation, discharge, forgiveness, and forbearance options. Inceptia will stay in touch with you via phone calls, letters, and/or emails to help you find answers to your questions and solutions to your issues.
For additional resources including information on repayment options, please visit Inceptia’s Federal Student Loan Overview website at Inceptia.org/FAQ.
Below are other links related to loans:
- National Student Loan Data System
- Direct Loan Servicing (1-800-848-0979)
- Loan Consolidation (1-800-848-0979)
- Loan Change Request Form
- Loan Forgiveness for Public Service Employees
- Private Education Loan Applicant Self-Certification form
- Enrollment Verification for Loan Deferment (students must login to their Web4 > Student > Student Records > Enrollment Verification and Student information)
- Information on loans that have been sold to the Department of Education
- Direct Loan Entrance Counseling Guide
- Direct Loan Exit Counseling Guide